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by JT Thomas

In Aspen, the number of frost-free days has increased by about a month over the last half-century, and scientists say temperatures will continue to rise. Mayor Helen Klanderus, shown at the base of Aspen Mountain, recently joined other mayors in committing to strive to Kyoto Protocol targets.

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